Actor Kumail Nanjiani blasts men who support Trump, says “Traditional masculinity is a disease”

Wednesday, Amelaia Thomson-DeVaux tweeted “Why did so many men stick with Trump in 2020? The COVID-19 pandemic may have given him a way to reach more masculine men. Many of those men actually liked Trump’s “shrug it off” approach”

Actor Kumai Nanjiani, who played Dinesh in “Silicon Valley” replied “Traditional masculinity is a disease.”

Last month Nanjiani claimed Trump is “going to kill as many people as he possibly can on his way out.”

Nanjiani has wore his support for the Democrat party proudly, tweeting last month “Let’s #WinBothSeats in Georgia. I am involved with this organization that distributes money to a group of the most effective Black & Brown led community organizers with a proven track record in Georgia.”

While Kumeil is blasting “traditional masculinity” now, last year he posted a shirtless photo on Instagram.

He wrote “I never thought I’d be one of those people who would post a thirsty shirtless, but I’ve worked way too hard for way too long so here we are. You either die a hero, or you live long enough to see yourself become the villain.”


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